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Monthly Archives: January 2016

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First Friday Downtown and at SOFA!
Date: February 5, 2016 from 5 – 8 pm

On the first Friday evening of every month, the downtown Santa Rosa art galleries and venues are open late for your enjoyment. First Friday has become very popular!

The Meet the Artist Series at the Gallery at Corrick’s is a proud part of the Downtown Santa Rosa First Friday Artwalk, alongside the Calabi Gallery on 10th Street, the Annex Galleries on College Avenue, and the South of A (SOFA) Studios with Chroma Gallery on A Street!

Corrick‘s is delighted to be featuring Michelle and Abigail throughout the month of February, and especially to offer you the chance to Meet the Artists, this First Friday of February. Wine (generously donated by Annadel Estate Winery) will be available at $5 per glass, with the proceeds, together with 10% of art sales, going to benefit Sonoma Land Trust. Sonoma Land Trust is a local non-profit, dedicated to conservation and protection of our incredible Sonoma County natural beauty and resources.

This month, the SOFA District will feature ‘Small Works’, an entire evening focused on affordable artwork on the small side. At CMFA, they will show photography as well as mini mixed media works. It’s a casual evening where visitors have a chance to visit artist studios and get a first hand look at works still drying on the easel. Location: SOFA Santa Rosa Arts District, 312 South A St., Santa Rosa,  Tel: (707) 695-1011

 

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Cooking Classes in the ‘Hood

Neighbor, Bea Beasley, offers fun and informative recreational cooking classes in her well-equipped teaching kitchen and culinary studio located in the historic St. Rose district.
Conducted in a relaxed learning environment with a focus on seasonality, local ingredients and globally inspired cuisines, classes are hands-on and partial hands-on.
Sessions are tailored for anyone who wants to learn or hone culinary techniques—from the novice to the more experienced

EACH CLASS INCLUDES:
A take-home printed recipe booklet
Certified organic and GMO-free ingredients wherever possible
Step-by-step instruction for 6 to 20 participants depending on the season and
class/workshop format
Professional cooking tips and techniques that can be easily used in a home kitchen
Tastes of all foods prepared in class.
Vegan, Gluten Free and special dietary classes are available—just ask!

If you register for a class with a friend, you will each save 10% off the class!
If you get together a group of 6 or more people, she can arrange a custom class
outside of these published dates if the dates and stars are in alignment!!

Experience the world through food!

Bea Beasley & Company
Culinary Adventures & Events
(707) 595-5301
beabea@sonic.net

 

 

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JANUARY 26, AT or AFTER 6:00 P.M. – CITY COUNCIL REPORT ON MASTER PLAN FOR COURTHOUSE SQUARE REUNIFICATION PROJECT

This project will reunify the existing park areas of Courthouse Square that are currently bisected by Mendocino Avenue. Mendocino Avenue will be removed between Third Street and Fourth Street. Hinton Avenue and Exchange Avenue will be reinstalled on the east and west sides of the Square. In an effort to minimize construction impacts to residents and businesses, the Courthouse Square Reunification Project is on an accelerated timetable with the goal of completing the project in one construction season.  The project is scheduled to begin construction in June 2016. For more info visit: More Info on Courthouse Square Reunification

ONCE UNIFIED, ALL SOUTHBOUND TRAFFIC WILL BE REDIRECTED FROM COLLEGE AVENUE TO HEALDSBURG AVENUE AND B STREET.

B Street by BREW

Speaker cards for the January 26 meeting on the Courthouse Square Reunification Project  will be provided at two tables located outside the Council Chamber beginning at 1:30 p.m. Completed speaker cards for the Courthouse Square Reunification Project should be submitted to City staff at the speaker card tables. Each speaker will be allowed two (2)minutes. If you can’t make the meeting, you can email your comments to city council at: citycouncil@srcity.org.

The meeting will be broadcast live on Comcast Channel 28 and U-verse Channel 99.
Live video streaming of the meeting is also available for Apple, Windows and Android
devices by accessing the City Council webpage at: City Council Website Page

 

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City of Santa Rosa Water is offering a FREE Ultra High-Efficiency Plumbing Fixture package to eligible Santa Rosa Water customers! Supplies are limited and will be provided on a first come, first serve basis.

Santa Rosa Water customers may be eligible to receive up to 2 ultra high-efficiency toilets, showerheads, and faucet aerators for kitchen and bathroom installed by qualified plumbers — at no cost thanks to a grant from the Department of Water Resources.

      •         Toilets will be 0.8 gallons per flush
      •       Showerheads will be 1.5 gallons per minute
      •       Bathroom aerators will be 1.0 gallons per minute
      •       Kitchen aerators will be 1.5 gallons per minute

To be eligible, single-family residents and multi-family residents must be served by Santa Rosa Water (as water and/or sewer customers) and the toilets being replaced must be 1.6 gallons per flush or higher.

Call the city’s Qualified Plumbing Contractor to Get Started!

  •  Bottom Line Utility Solutions, Inc.                1(800) 597-2835

Brew Gang

January 16th, Sat. 12 noon-11pm – Brew’s 1st Year Anniversary

Brew is turning 1 and you are invited to their Party –   Brew Style! They will have cake and goodies to share with our loyal customers, friends, and community. There will be live music throughout the afternoon and the Spindles will play for the crowd later in the evening. Festivities start at 12 noon.  Please come by for a bit and celebrate the year ahead.

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Jan. 9, Sat., 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.- Courthouse Square Community Meeting

This is your second opportunity to give feedback and review preliminary design concepts.  The City Council voted to reunify Courthouse Square to create a dynamic community gathering space and encourage downtown investment.Click here for more information.

Location: 19 Old Courthouse Square. Public entrance accessible on Third St.

 

January 14th, Thurs., 5:30-7:30pm Community Workshop for City Projects Budget

Share your priorities for community improvement projects. The Community Advisory Board (CAB) will host several meetings in an effort to obtain public input on the City’s Capital. Other meeting dates and more info at Click here for more information.

Location: Finley Community Center, Willow Room, 2060 West College Avenue

 

 

Brew Gang

January 16th, Sat. 12 noon-11pm – Brew’s 1st Year Anniversary

Brew is turning 1 and you are invited to their Party –   Brew Style! They will have cake and goodies to share with our loyal customers, friends, and community. There will be live music throughout the afternoon and the Spindles will play for the crowd later in the evening. Festivities start at 12 noon.  Please SAVE THE DATE and come by for a bit and celebrate the year ahead.

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